The Hubble Space Telescope has come out with a new ultra deep field image — this one in the near-infrared, taken with the Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) that was installed on the latest servicing mission. Colors are fake (obviously, unless you have infrared vision), but the spirit of the colors has been preserved — red regions are redder in real life, etc. Click on the image for a higher-resolution version (about 1.6 MB). Even higher resolutions available at HubbleSite.
Not too different, to the naked eye, from previous incarnations of the ultra deep field. That’s okay. I can sit and stare at these images for hours. Every one of those blobs is a galaxy! Holy crap.